Monthly Archives | July 2005


She stared out the window, heavy black clouds filled the sky, and she sighed. The sky is weeping. Her eyes […]

Fantastic Four

If you go to this film expecting anything but a light entertainment film you will be disappointed. Luckily enough, I […]

Are you right there, Father Ted?

Was browsing over on the Irish Independent’s site (reg or bugmenot req’d), and came across a letter on the topic of immigration. It was written agreeing with one in the paper the previous day. I hadn’t seen the first one, so took a peek. It’d make you wonder.

They’re ba-ack

My blacklisting of comments with casino-related terms must have worked, because no more of me having to mark them as […]

Lost – All The Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issue

You know Lost is starting to bug me. The storylines are interesting and the mysterious island is a great device. […]

Participation required

All you US-ian Shrek fans, or non-fans, and non-US-ians, I’ve a question. How popular a name is Fiona, in your […]

The Pacifier

Terrible, terrible film. But then again we already knew that from the poster didn’t we. And the premise was horrible. […]

Subverting fantasy!?

Do you know why I really hate labels[1], especially genre labels? Well it is because everyone has their own definition […]

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

ISBN: 0747581088SPOILERS for book 5, NOT for this book. Book six in the series and I really should have reread […]


So Fri. was NineMoons last day at work before she disappears into a haze of studying and exams. So as […]


Woke up this morning, and Tom Dunne was playing James Blunt. You know “You’re Beautiful”. First time I heard that […]

What’s left if our freedom is sold?

I usually don’t listen to the radio on the way home from work[1], but because of the attacks in London […]